Ah, the rose. Deeply rooted in symbolism, this flower is a classic for gifting for almost every occasion. Depending on its color and how open the rose is, it can mean a host of different things. Classically though, it is used to symbolize immortal love. These gorgeous flowers are a beautiful, and trendy way to decorate your home. They make fantastic gifts, and (my favorite part), they never die!
In this bouquet tutorial, you'll get a downloadable file and printable templates that include clear, step-by-step instructions on how to create one of these beautiful blooms, as well as a bud, and eucalyptus sprigs, for an ultra-realistic bouquet that is sure to knock the socks off of any recipient! This tutorial is considered one of our "advanced" tutorials, but since the file is jam-packed full of pictures and tips for every step of the way, as well as clear materials lists, we firmly believe that any level of crafter can complete it.
We recommend following along on your computer or tablet -and printing only the pattern page.
Click on the item to purchase the supplies you need for the Rose Flower:
- Benzie Design felt in Guava
- 1 small 1" Styrofoam ball
- Fine tip scissors
- Precision tip glue gun, and glue
- 18 g stem wire
- Wire cutters (if you wish to trim the stem)
- Aleene’s Stiffen Quik stiffening spray - optional
Click on the item to purchase the supplies you need for the Bud and Eucalyptus:
About the Designer:
Hello! I'm Gina, the founder and owner of Bear & Barbaloot. By day I'm a pediatric nurse at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. I am also a wife to the best husband in the world, and the two cutest, most rambunctious little boys around (although I might be a teeny bit biased). In the rest of my "spare time" I lovingly work at making felt florals. I hope you enjoy my work as much as I adore making it!